1 Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer Professor of Mechanical Engineering Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Education: Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Syracuse University, NY, 1985 M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Syracuse University, NY, 1981 B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Syracuse University, NY, 1979 Administrative Appointments: 2012 Present Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) IUPUI is a core campus of Indiana University and the State s urban research campus with more than 30,000 students, including over 8,000 graduate students, nearly 9,000 full-time faculty and staff, including 2,700 full-time faculty, an annual budget of $1.3 billion, with external research funding of about $300 million in fiscal year. It is the state s most comprehensive campus and the principal site for graduate and professional education, with 22 schools and colleges, including the following: schools of liberal arts and science, as well as professional schools like business, education, law, art & design, physical education and tourism management, nursing, engineering & technology, public & environmental affairs, journalism, dentistry, health and rehabilitation sciences, informatics and computing, social work, public health, philanthropy, medicine, and Honors Chancellor, Indiana University East Indiana University East is a beautiful 250-acre state university in Richmond, Indiana, with five additional regional centers in Indiana and Ohio, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in liberal arts and professional programs. Together with faculty and staff, we adopted an action-oriented, innovative, and dynamic strategic plan, focusing on excellence, productivity, and the generation of new revenue streams.
2 Page Vice Chancellor and Dean, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus, IUPUC Executive Associate Dean for Academic Programs, School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI Associate Dean for Academic Programs, School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, IUPUI Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI Faculty Appointments: 1996 Present Professor of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI 1990 Present Tenured, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI Associate Professor of Orthodontics (20%), IUPUI Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI Professional Affiliations: Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) American Council on Education (ACE) American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) American Association for Higher Education American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE Major Accomplishments as Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer at IUPUI: Leading a comprehensive and inclusive Strategic Planning process at IUPUI, with more than 50 stakeholders retreats. Developed a new Vision Statement that captures our strengths and inspires us for the future. Identified 10 strategic initiatives and launched 12 taskforces, involving more than 250 individuals. Through this inclusive process we have positioned the campus to:
3 Page 3 Promote undergraduate student learning & success: create more effective environments, practices, and support for student learning, success, and degree attainment. Optimize enrollment management: Improve campus-wide communication & coordination of enrollment planning; create & use a strategic enrollment management plan. Increase capacity for graduate education: develop tomorrow s intellectual leaders and scholars through enhanced opportunities in graduate education, in particular Ph.D. programs, and through interprofessional education. Transform online education: significantly increase our efforts to promote access and opportunities for learners through technology-enhanced tools and practices. Leverage IUPUI s strengths in health & life sciences: assert our national leadership position in health & life sciences to advance capabilities and contributions in interprofessional education & collaborative practice. Accelerate innovation & discovery: enhance our capacity and support for research, scholarship, and creative activity that improves quality of life, accelerates generation of new knowledge, and advances economic development. Deepen campus commitment to community engagement: increase service and experiential learning opportunities, promote economic development, and address urban community needs. Strengthen internationalization efforts: forge and expand effective international partnerships and position our students to be global citizens. Promote an inclusive campus climate: seek, value, and cultivate diversity in all of its forms and provide conditions necessary for all campus community members to feel welcomed, supported, included, and valued by the campus and each other. Develop faculty and staff: invest in & develop human capital for individuals to realize their fullest potential, contribute to institutional excellence, and succeed. Summary of Accomplishments as Chancellor at IU East : Articulated a New Vision the vision of becoming the premier public four-year and graduate institution of higher education in the region. The new mission transformation began in earnest with the creation and implementation of new baccalaureate and graduate programs and the termination of all associate degree programs. Admission to IU East is now highly selective. Initiated Campus Strategic Plan, Focusing on Excellence, Productivity and Generation of New Revenue Streams. To ensure its long-term viability and stability in its new mission, IU East created a living and dynamic strategic plan that includes a vision for
4 Page 4 enrollment growth and shaping, academic excellence, reputation-building and resource enhancement. The plan focuses on excellence in: teaching and learning; faculty research, scholarship and creative activity; and civic engagement and community involvement. Restructured University Organization. As a first step in realizing the strategic vision for IU East, both administrative and academic organization charts were re-structured. The new university structure ensures effective implementation of the new strategic plan. The savings from reducing the size of upper administration has been used to strengthen the academic mission of the university. Implemented a New Business Model. Anticipating the current state budget condition and realizing the importance of increasing efficiency and productivity of all units of the university, a new business model was implemented in The new business model, based on Responsibility Center Management (RCM+), has empowered the schools to generate new revenues and incentivized cost control strategies. As a direct result, the university has accumulated significant reserves since the implementation of RCM. Led an Image Makeover. To attract top high school students to IU East as a college of choice and enhance fundraising efforts, the image of the campus had to improve. The university has made this a priority and has substantially increased communications and marketing activities through a broad-based, integrated approach. IU East has also increased its co-curricular and extracurricular activities, intercollegiate athletics budget, and gone through an inclusive process to change its mascot to Red Wolves in this period. Reengineered Recruitment Processes and Enrollment Shaping. The university has created a number of new on-campus events for high school students, special programs for guidance counselors, and a generous array of merit-based scholarships in the last three years. Student enrollment at IU East has increased by 68% in the last four years and continues to climb. Percent of non-resident students has increased from 12.6% of campus to almost 20%. The composition of the student body has also changed, with a higher quality student population academically and better prepared transfer students. Envisioned and Implemented Online Programming. To expand its reach in the state and attract out-of-state students, IU East now delivers online degree completion programs in business, communication studies, technical and professional writing, nursing, psychology, political science, and mathematics, with additional programs to be added soon. All of the online programs have been created in the last three years. In this period, they have been reviewed and approved by the Higher Learning Commission, and enjoy healthy enrollments. IU East is now the leader within Indiana University in the online delivery of undergraduate programming, with students applying from around the nation and the world. Focused Attention on Retention and Graduation. The change of campus mission implies higher standards, including increased student retention and reduced time to
5 Page 5 graduation. To support this expectation, IU East now has a fully staffed retention office, a mandatory first-year seminar, and a University College for counseling and coaching first-year students. A new institutional research office provides data collection and analysis to support this initiative, as well as other institutional needs. Enhanced Fundraising; Received Largest Gift in Campus History. In October 2009, Middlefork Hall was renamed Tom Raper Hall in recognition of the former Richmond businessman s commitment of the largest gift ever made to the campus. Enhanced University Facilities. Recognizing the importance of restoration and rehabilitation of university facilitates, since 2007, the budget in this area has been quadrupled and restorations have been conducted under direct supervision of the Chancellor. Strengthened University Diversity Plan. Diversifying the campus in as many ways as possible is a critical aspect of the IU East vision. A new Commission on Diversity and Equity took as its first task the creation of a campus diversity plan. Accomplishments to date include a diversity component in all annual faculty and staff evaluations and a strong diversity focus in the mandatory first-year seminar. Promoted Academic Excellence and Nurtured Growth in Faculty Research. Attracting and retaining full-time talented faculty who are at the top of their profession requires a support structure for their research and scholarship. Teaching loads for tenure-track faculty have been reduced, and an infrastructure for support of grant writing has been put in place in the last three years. Innovated through Social Media. IU East is considered an early adopter in regard to social media, and the campus has received multiple awards for the iue.edu homepage and its effective and innovative use of the social web. The campus uses an extensive platform of social media to communicate with and engage both prospective and current students as well as alumni and friends. Chancellor Paydar was the first university president/chancellor in the country to use Twitter. Increased Faculty and Staff Morale and University Pride. By significantly increasing communication on campus with all constituents and engaging in series of strategies in this area, the university is enjoying an all-time high level of support from its faculty and staff. Ninety-five percent giving by faculty and staff in the last annual Campus Campaign is an example of their support of the administration and the recent advances made by the university.
6 Page 6 International Collaborations: China: Established academic relations, based on a 2+2 academic program, with Hunan University in Changshu and Hohai University in Nanjing. Currently working with Sun Yat-Sen University France: Germany: Iran: Tunisia: Thailand: Established student exchange program with the Universite de la Mediterranee Aix-Marseille Established student exchange program with Heilbronn University of Applied Science and Bremen University Established a 2+2 engineering academic program with Tehran University Established an academic agreement with the government of Tunisia for hosting graduate students from Tunisia Established a 2+2 academic program with Mahasarakham University Awards & Other Activities of Distinctions: Selected Administrator of the year by IUPUI Student Government Association Elected to the Board of Directors of Association of Chief Academic Officers 2012 Invited to the White House for a round table discussion on college access, affordability, and completion, April Recipient of the Circle of Leadership Service Award, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus, IUPUC 2000 Recipient of the Dorris H. Merritt Outstanding Leadership Award, Purdue University School of Engineering and Technology 1994 Recipient of the Abraham M. Max Distinguished Professor Award, Purdue University School of Engineering and Technology 1990 Recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI 1989 Recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI 1988 Recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IUPUI
7 Page Recipient of the Wisner - Stoelk Award Outstanding Faculty in the Purdue University School of Engineering and Technology Reviewer, the National Science Foundation Reviewer, International Journal of Solids and Structures Reviewer, International Journal of Sound and Vibrations Reviewer, ASME Journals of Engineering Resources Technology and Engineering Materials & Technology Summary of Research and Sponsored Grants: For a complete list please refer to page 11. Association of Public and Land Grant Universities, in review, $225,590, -15 National Science Foundation, in review, $4,465,477, -19 Lilly Endowment, Inc., $5,000,000, Lumina Foundation, $385,945, Carrier Electronics, $24,111, 1996 Rockwell International, $20,000, The National Institutes of Health, $69,798, Cummins Electronics Corporation, $10,000, U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center, $55,076, The National Institutes of Health, $382,948, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, $30,000, U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center, $8,000, DePuy Inc., $66,418, Delco Electronics Corporation, $30,000, U.S. Army Research Office, $100,000, Indiana Department of Commerce, $2,800,
8 Page 8 Invited Expert Testimonies: TEXAS 2013 Council for Continues Improvement and Innovation of Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Alternative Performance Management Models for Collages and Universities and Responsibility Center Management, Austin, TX, April 24. MARYLAND 2013 Testified at the Joint Senate Budget and Taxation Committee and House Appreciation Committee, Higher Education Completion in US. Annapolis, MD, January 28. WHITE HOUSE 2012 Invited, along with 15 university presidents and chancellors, to the White House for a round table discussion on college access, affordability, and completion. All chancellors and presidents were asked to share perspectives and best practices on enhancing productivity, increasing access and attainment, and leading change at institutions of higher education, April 2. INDIANA 2012 Indiana Commission for Higher Education, Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Education in Indiana. Indianapolis, IN, November 9. MONTANA 2011 Office of the Commissioner for Higher Education, Montana University System Alignment. October 27. Committees & Boards: National Co-Chair Member Policies and Purposes Committee of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Board of Director, Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO); Nominating Committee (ACAO); AASCU New University President s Academy Advisory Committee of AASCU; International Committee of AASCU
9 Page 9 Indiana Representative to the Council of State Representatives of AASCU - Elected by all AASCU presidents and chancellors in Indiana State of Indiana Chair Member Indiana Campus Compact Board of Directors (Service Learning Org.); Indiana Higher Education Government Subcommittee of Chamber of Commerce, Columbus, IN Indiana Commission for Higher Education, State-wide Transfer and Articulation Committee; Council on Economic Vitality in East Central Indiana; Board of Directors of Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, IN; East Central Indiana Life Sciences Task Force, IN; Educational Leadership Committee, Richmond, IN; Board of Directors of Visitors Center, Columbus, IN; Board of Directors of Chamber of Commerce, Columbus, IN; Board of Directors of Economic Development, Columbus, IN University Chair Member S & S Committee for Indiana University Kokomo Chancellor; IU Expenditure Review Committee; S & S Committee for IU Associate Executive Vice President; S & S Committee for IU Assistant Executive Vice President; Executive Committee for Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Program; Committee for Development of Engineering Ph.D. Programs; Committee for Development of Master s of Technology Program; IUPUI Registrar Administrative Review Committee; IUPUI Marketing and Recruitment Committee; International Program Advisory Recruitment Subcommittee; IUPUI Subcommittee on Ethics in Research; IUPUI Brain Gain Task Force; Accreditation (ABET) Preparation Committee; Mechanical Engineering Graduate Committee; Mechanical Engineering Search and Screen Committees; Engineering and Technology Computer Network Adv. Board; Freshman Engineering Program Committee; School Scholarship Committee; Women in Engineering and Technology Committee; Graduate Non-Degree Student Services Task Force; Purdue University Intercampus Faculty Council Blue Ribbon Committee on Healthcare Cost Containment; S & S Committee for IU Foundation Vice President; Board of Directors of IU Foundation with over $1.5 b assets; Purdue University Graduate Council; IUPUI Committee on Ethics in Research; IUPUI Standing Committee on Conflicts of Interest; IU President's Council on
10 Page 10 International Programs; IUPUI Steering Committee for Clinical Core Research Center; SET II and III Dedication Ceremonies Committee; School Network Software Recourses Committee; School Recruiting and Open House Committee; Performance Committee; SET II Open House Committee; Engineering Management Program Development; Curricular Review Board; Mechanical Engineering Search and Screen Committee; Committee for Revising Instructor Evaluation Form; Engineering and Technology School Agenda Committee; Engineering and Technology School Assessment Committee; Industrial Advisory Council (DIAC); Technical Communication Advisory Committee; Academic Policies and Procedures Committee (APPC); Biomechanics and Biomaterial Research Center; German Exchange Student Committee; Graduate Affairs Committee; International Affairs Program Committee (IAPC); Interdisciplinary Faculty Collaboration Committee; International Affairs Recruitment Committee; IUPUI Fellowship Subcommittee; Program Review and Assessment Committee (PRAC); S & S Committee for Biomedical Engineering Program Director; IUPUI Biomechanics Research Center Steering Committee; IUPUI Steering Committee for Clinical Core Research Center Invited Talks (Recent): 2013 Paydar, N. Ask the Expert Higher Education in US. Panelist. Moderated by Jamie Marisotis, President of Lumina Foundation, Indianapolis, November Paydar, N. Increasing Higher Education Productivity and Meeting the National Education Attainment Goal, Invited Talk. Midwestern Higher Education Compact Executive Committee Meeting, Indianapolis, June Paydar, N. Role of Higher Education in Economic Development, Invited Talk. Nashville Chamber Leadership Conference, Indianapolis, June Bantz, C., Paydar, N. IUPUI s Rise to the Challenge, Change in Action: Innovative Practices Poster Session. American Council on Education, Annual Meeting, Washington DC, March Paydar, N. The Evolving Role of the Chief Academic Officers. American Council on Education, Annual Meeting, Washington DC, March Paydar, N. Provost s Perspective on Internationalization, Association of International Education Administrators Annual Conference, New Orleans, February
11 Page William Massy (Stanford University), Nasser Paydar (Indiana University East), William Powers JR., (University of Texas at Austin), and Paula Myrick Short (Tennessee Board of Regents), Improving Productivity Across Public and Private Campuses: A Close Look at Institutions in Indiana, Tennessee and Texas. Forum Futures. Exploring the Future of Higher Education Paydar, N. State of Indiana Higher Education and Performance Funding Invited Talk, Winter Annual Meeting of American Association of State Colleges and Universities Policies and Procedures Committee, Washington DC, January Paydar, N. Transformative Changes at Indiana University East Invited Talk, Winter Annual Meeting of American Association of State Colleges and Universities Policies and Procedures Committee, Washington DC, January Paydar, N. Bringing Change in Higher Education Invited Talk, Big Ideas Fest, Half Moon Bay, CA, December Paydar, N. Increasing Productivity in Higher Education, Lumina Foundation National Productivity Conference, Indianapolis, IN, August Paydar, N. How to Increase University Productivity, Aspen Institute, Aspen, CO, June Paydar, N. College Completion To What Degree Should Funding Matter? Higher Education Panel. Bingham McHale Legislative Conference. December Paydar, N. Transitions and Transformations Role of Service Learning and Civic Engagement in Student Success, Indiana Campus Compact. November Paydar, N. Higher Education Productivity, Indiana Chamber of Commerce Policy Chat Paydar, N. Reaching Higher to Bend the Curve in Higher Education, Indiana Higher Education Commission Conference on Increasing College Productivity, Indianapolis, April Paydar, N. Moving from Access to Success in Higher Education, Indiana s Education Roundtable. Chaired by Governor Daniels, Indianapolis, Indiana. May Paydar, N., L. Richards V. Borden, and M. Vanderpool, Using Enrollment Research as a Compass for Institutional Transitions, National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing, and Retention, Chicago, IL, July
12 Page 12 Grants: 15 Association of Public and Land Grant Universities "Transformational Planning Grant: Enhancing Individualized Communications to Enhance Student Engagement and Success While Reducing Fiscal Constraints in review, $225,590, Principal Investigator 19 National Science Foundation, "Increasing Gender Diversity Through Institutional Accountability and Leadership," in review, $4,465,477, Principal Investigator Lilly Endowment Inc., "Initiative to Promote Opportunities Through Educational Collaborations," $5,000,000, Co-Principal Investigator Lumina Foundation, "A New Model for Productivity at Traditional 4-Year Institutions," $385,945, Principal Investigator Carrier Electronics, "Prediction of Fatigue Life of Solder Joints Under Thermal Loads," $24,111, Co-Principal Investigator Rockwell International, "Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Electronics Interconnects," $20,000, Principal Investigator The National Institutes of Health, "Class VI Composite Placement Methods and Cavity Design" $69,798, Co-Principal Investigator Cummins Electronics Corporation, "Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Electronics Interconnects," $10,000, Principal Investigator U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center, "Conductive Epoxy Materials Research," $55,076, Principal Investigator The National Institutes of Health, "Prevention of Stress Fracture in Bone," $382,948, Co-Principal Investigator Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, "Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Electronics Interconnects," $30,000, Principal Investigator U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center, "Lead Solder Alternatives" $8,000, Principal Investigator DePuy Inc., "Protocol for Determination of Optimum Cement Mantle Thickness by Evaluation of Strain Distribution Induced by Static Loads," $66,418, Co-Principal Investigator Delco Electronics Corporation, "Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Electronics Interconnects," $30,000, Principal Investigator
13 Page U.S. Army Research Office, "Automated Finite Element Modeling of Circuit Card Assemblies," $100,000, Principal Investigator 1993 Research Venture Award, "Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Advanced Electronics Interconnect," $67,400, Principal Investigator 1991 Indianapolis Research Support Committee, "Development of Manufacturing Productivity Software Laboratory," $48,581, Principal Investigator 1990 Indianapolis Research Support Committee, "Instrumentation Fund," $20,000, Principal Investigator 1990 PDP University/Industry (Indianapolis Heliport Corporation) Cooperative Grant, "Aircraft Accessory Development Program," $11,000, Principal Investigator Indiana Department of Commerce, Indianapolis, Indiana, "Minimum Weight Shell Design," $2,800, Principal Investigator 1988 Purdue University XL Grant, "Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Variable Thickness Sandwich Plates of Rectangular Planform," $3,900, Principal Investigator Graduate Student Supervision: Cem Poyraz Jeffrey A. Haskett Alexander Tsang Xu Song David Dankert Geoffrey Glogas Altug Bilgic Thesis title: Three-Dimensional Finite Element Investigation of the Human Mandible and Temporomandibular Joint. Thesis title: Stress Fracture Investigation of a Rabbit Tibia Using Finite Element Analysis. Thesis title: Strain Variation in the Cement Mantle Around Femoral Hip Stems due to Increased Cement Thickness - An Experimental Investigation Using Fiberglass Analog Femora. Thesis title: Numerical Modeling of Creep Phenomena in Adhesive Epoxy and Solder Joint Assemblies of Electronic Packages. Thesis title: Experimental and Finite Element Study of Stress Fracture in Rabbit Tibia Under Repetitive Loads. Thesis title: Experimental Determination of Viscoelastic Properties of Conductive Adhesive Used in Electronic Packages. Thesis title: Experimental Evaluation of Finite Element and Fatigue Life Prediction Methods for Thermally Loaded Solder Joints.
14 Page 14 William Boehmer Batu Balkanli Ali Beskok Ali Can Anand Chandran, Thesis title: Automated Generation of Three Dimensional Finite Element Meshes from Solder Inspection Systems. Thesis title: Numerical Simulation of Refining Bubble Behavior in Glass Melting. Thesis title: A Parallel Finite Element Algorithm for the Time- Averaged Solution of Rotor-Stator Interaction Problem. Thesis title: An Investigation of a Block-Structured Solution of Three Dimensional Transonic Flow Equations Using Finite Element Method. Thesis title: Study of Osteonal Bone Anisotropy Using Experimental and Composite Models. Scientific Publications: 1999 Akay, H.U., G. Kaliappan, N. Paydar, and M. Rassaian, A Study of Fatigue Life Predictions for PBGA Joints and Comparisons with Test Data, Proceedings of ASME InterPACK 99, Maui, Hawaii, June H.U. Akay, N. Paydar, G. Glogas, and H. Zhang, Viscoelastic Study of a Conductive Adhesive for Electronic Packages Part 1: Experimental Determination of Material Properties, International Journal of Microelectronic Packaging, vol. 1, pp Akay, H.U., N. Paydar, G. Glogas, and H. Zhang, Viscoelastic Study of a Conductive Adhesive for Electronic Packages Part 2: Experimental Determination of Material Properties, International Journal of Microelectronic Packaging, vol. 1, pp Fisher, D.A., A.C. Tsang, N. Paydar, S. Milionis, C.H. Turner, " Cement Mantle Thickness Affects Cement Strains in Total Hip Replacement," Journal of Biomechanics, Vol. 30, Issues 11-12, pp Winkler, M.M., T.R. Katona, N. Paydar, "Finite Element Stress Analysis of Three Filling Techniques for Class V Light-Cured Composite Restorations," Journal of Dental Research, Vol 75, no. 7, pp H.U. Akay, N. Paydar, X. Song, and G. Glogas, "Viscoelastic Finite Element Analysis of Adhesive Joints Under Thermal Loads," Proceedings of ASME INTERPack '95, March 26-30, Lahaina, Hawaii Fisher, D.A., A.C. Tsang, N. Paydar, S. Milionis, and C.H. Turner, "Effects of Cement Mantle Thickness of Cement Strains in the Femoral Stem of Total Hip Arthroplasty," 41st Annual Meeting of Orthopaedic Research Society, Orlando, Florida, February
15 Page Katona, T.R., N. Paydar, H.U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts, "Stress Analysis of Bone Modeling Response to Rat Molar Orthodontics," Journal of Biomechanics, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp Paydar, N., Y. Tong, and H.U. Akay, "A Finite Element Study of Factors Affecting Fatigue Life of Solder Joints," ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging, vol. 116, no. 4, pp Paydar, N., Y. Tong, and H.U. Akay, " An Investigation of Three-Dimensional Effects in Modeling of Solder Joints for Fatigue Life Predictions," International Microelectronics Conference, April 20-22, IMC 1994, pp Chen, J., X. Lu, N. Paydar, H. U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts, "Mechanical Simulation of the Human Temporomandibular Joint With and Without Endosseous Implant," Journal of Medical Engineering Physics, vol. 16, pp Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, J. Haskett, D. Burr, "Stress Fractures in a Rabbit Tibia - Experimental and Finite Element Studies," Journal of Biomechanics, vol 26, no Paydar, N., Y. Tong, and H.U. Akay, " A Finite Element Study of Fatigue Life Prediction Method for Thermally Loaded Solder Joints," EEP-Vol. 4-2, Advances in Electronic Packaging, Edited by P.A. Engel and W.T. Chen, ASME Book No B, pp Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, J. Haskett, D. Burr, " Computer Simulation of a Rabbit Tibia for Stress Fracture," IVth International Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biomechanics, Paris, France, June 30-July 2, pp. BOAFF1: Akay, H.U., Y. Tong, and N. Paydar, "Thermal Fatigue Analysis of an SMT Solder Joint Using Nonlinear FEM Approach," International Journal of Microcircuits & Electronic Packaging, vol 16, No. 2, pp Akay, H.U., Y. Tong, and N. Paydar, "Thermal Fatigue Analysis of an SMT Solder Joint Using Nonlinear FEM Approach," International Electronics Packaging Conference, Austin Texas, September 27-30, IEPC Proceedings, pp Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, J. Haskett, D. Burr, "Stress Fractures in a Rabbit Tibia - Experimental and Finite Element Studies," 8th European Society of Biomechanics Meeting, Rome, Italy, June Chen, J., X. Lu, N. Paydar, H.U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts," An Investigation of Mechanical Environment within the Human Mandible with and without Endosseous Implant," Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting,
16 Page 16 Bioengineering Division, Anaheim, CA, November 8-13, BED-Vol 22, Advances in Bioengineering, pp Burr, D.B., H.U. Akay, N. Paydar, and S. Mori, "Locally High Shear Stresses are Associated with Stress Fracture Location," Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting, Orthopaedic Research Society, Washington, D.C., February 17-20, Proceedings of ORS, p Chen, J., N. Paydar, H.U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts, "Mechanical Simulation of the Human Mandible with an Endosseous Implant," Journal of Dental Research. vol. 71, p Paydar, N., W.E. Roberts, H.U. Akay, T.R. Katona, B. Guthrie, "Finite Element Model of Osteoblast Differentiation in Periodontal Ligament," Journal of Dental Research. 70, p Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, T.R. Katona, and W.E. Roberts, "Finite Element Analysis of the Orthodontic Response in Rat Molar Periodontium," Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Bioengineering Division, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1-6, BED - vol. 20, Advances in Bioengineering pp Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, C.L. Poyraz, and W.E. Roberts, "Finite Element Model of a Human Mandible for Investigating Joint Reactions and Bone Stresses During Mastication," Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Bioengineering Division, Atlanta, Georgia, December 1-6, BED - vol. 20, Advances in Bioengineering, pp Katona, T.R., L.P. Garetto, N. Paydar, H.U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts, "Osteoblast Histogenesis in Rat Periodontal Ligament Following Orthodontic Stimulation," A Combined Approach Using Cell Kinetics and Finite Element Modeling, Symposium on Undecalcified Bone technology, Indianapolis, Indiana, October Paydar, N., H.U. Akay, and Y.H. Tong, "Thermal Stress Analysis of an SMT Solder Joint Using a Creep-Plasticity Model," Proceedings of Electrecon '91, Indianapolis, Indiana, pp , October Katona, T.R., L.P. Garetto, N. Paydar, H.U. Akay, and W.E. Roberts, "Finite Element Model of Bone Cell Kinetics," Proceedings of the 23rd International Sun Valley Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology, Sun Valley, Idaho, August Paydar, N., W.E. Roberts, H.U. Akay, T.R. Katona, and B. Guthrie "Finite Element Model of Osteoblast Differentiation in Periodontal Ligament," I/AADR Annual Session, Acapulco, Mexico, April Paydar, N. "Axisymmetric Buckling of Annular Sandwich Plate of Variable Thickness," Journal of Composite Structure, vol. 15, pp
17 Page Roberts, W.E., N. Paydar, and H.U. Akay, "Finite Element Analysis of Mechanically Induced Bone Formation in Rat Molar Periodontal Ligament," ASGSB Bulletin 4: Paydar, N., and G.J. Park, "Optimal Design of Sandwich Beams," Journal of Computers and Structures, vol. 34, no. 4, pp Paydar, N., and G.J. Park "Optimal Design of Sandwich Beams with Linear Thickness Variation," Journal of Composite Material Technology, vol. 32, pp , Also presented at the Energy Resources Technology Conference and Exhibition, New Orleans, Louisiana, January Paydar, N., and G.J. Park, "Minimum Weight Sandwich Beam Design," Proceedings of the 21st Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Michigan Technological University, Houghton Michigan, August 13-16, 1989, Also published in Developments in Mechanics, vol. 15, pp Paydar, N., and D. Afolabi, "Buckling Analysis of Tapered Sandwich Plates," Proceedings of 21st Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan, August 13-16, 1989, Also published in Developments in Mechanics, vol. 15, pp Paydar, N., and R. Adams, "Transverse Vibrations of Annular Sandwich Plates of Variable Thickness," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol. 131 (2), pp , June Paydar, N., and C. Libove, "Bending of Sandwich Plates of Variable Thickness," Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Paper no. 88- WA/APM-40, Chicago, IL, December Paydar, N., "Effects of Mechanical Loads on Sandwich Plates of Variable Thickness," ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping. Advances in Macromechanics of Composite Material Vessels and Components, vol. 146, pp , June Paydar, N., "Buckling Analysis of Sandwich Columns of Linearly Varying Thickness," AIAA Journal (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal), vol. 26, pp , June Paydar, N., and C. Libove, "Bending of Sandwich Plates of variable Thickness," ASME Transaction Journal of Applied Mechanics, vol. 55, no. 2, pp , June Paydar, N., "Stress Analysis of Annular Sandwich Plates of Linearly Varying Thickness," International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol. 24, pp , April Paydar, N., and R. Adams, "Axisymmetric Vibration of Annular Sandwich Plates of Linearly Varying Thickness," Proceedings of the 20th Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, August
18 Page September 2, 1987, Also published in Developments in Mechanics, vol. 14c, pp Paydar, N., "Effects of Mechanical and Thermal Loads on Variable Thickness Sandwich Plates of Rectangular Planform," Proceedings of the 20th Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, August 31 - September 2, 1987, Also published in Developments in Mechanics, vol. 14c, pp Paydar, N., and C. Libove, "Stress Analysis of Sandwich Plates with Unidirectional Thickness Variation," ASME Transaction Journal of Applied Mechanics, September 1986, Vol. 53, pp Also presented at the ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Paper No. 86-WA/APM 40, December, Anaheim, California
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